Luxury Guide To Healdsburg

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  • Healdsburg

  • Arts & Culture

  • Food & Wine

  • Luxury Travel

  • Foodie

  • Winery

  • Sightseeing

A beautiful view of a winery at Healdsburg.
Curator’s statement

While Healdsburg is best known for Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, it's also brimming with natural beauty and a foodie paradise. Located in Sonoma County, which is known to feel more "country" while Napa feels more "country club". Downtown Healdsburg is full of charm and has lots to do, see, eat and drink. Healdsburg is a quick 15 minute drive from the Sonoma county airport or just over an hour from San Francisco and Oakland.

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Where to stay in Healdsburg

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Farmhouse Inn

Sonoma’s most luxurious hotel lives up to the hype with superlative service, a quant inn vibe and standout wine experiences.

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  • $100 hotel / resort credit.

  • Breakfast daily.

  • Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability

Montage Healdsburg

Nestled amongst the rolling hills of Sonoma Valley, Montage is an authentic hotel with a spa, zero-edge resort pool and three signature dining options.

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  • $100 hotel / resort credit.

  • Breakfast daily.

  • Upgrade & extended check-in/out whenever possible.


Located in the heart of Northern Sonoma Wine Country, this eco-chic hotel features rooms with private balconies, organic aesthetic and creative amenities.

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  • $50 hotel / resort credit.

  • Complimentary bottle of wine.

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Things to do in Healdsburg

Check out the beautiful nature of Armstrong Redwoods State Natural Reserve.
  • A visit to Armstrong Redwoods - check out this beautiful nature reserve before lots of eating and drinking!

  • Check out the Healdsburg Farmers market twice a week from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Tuesdays, mid-May through September and from 8:30 a.m. to noon, mid-April through December

  • Ask your hotel concierge about a guided hike or bike tour.

  • Enjoy some R+R at your hotel Spa.

  • Shop around downtown Healdsburg, which offers everything from artisanal marketplaces to art galleries.

  • Head to the coast and check out Jenner, a quiet town with a beautiful ocean view.

Places to eat & drink in Healdsburg

SingleThread Farms Restaurant is a 3 Michelin-Star Restaurant.

Quail & condor

Delicious coffee + fantastic array of pastries.


Rustic chic, serving California fare in an upscale space.


Serves lunch and dinner with local ingredients.

The Matheson

Farm-focused restaurant that has something for everyone, and a cool rooftop with great views.

Lo & Behold

Delicious Vietnamese fusion with fun cocktails.

Troubadour Bread & Bistro

Unique, French fine dining.

Willis Seafood and Raw Bar

Lively seafood cafe with tapas.

Molto Amici

Cozy, new Italian eatery.

SingleThread Farm Restaurant

Three Michelin stars - if you’re looking for something special, not to be missed. Multi-course prefix featuring Californian and Japanese fare.

Marine Layer

Beautiful tasting room in downtown Healsdburg, with friendly and knowledgeable comms.

The Barlow

Located in Sebastopol, an industrial shopping site featuring wine-tasting rooms, restaurants and retail.

Need to Know

Looking for more travel inspiration? Check out my guide, Guide to Puglia & the Surrounding Region.

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